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CURIOUS & ADVENTOUROS

Travelling through land that was once part of Genghis Khans vast empire, is an unforgettable adventure. Untouched landscapes, the nomadic culture, and the fact you can travel all day without seeing another soul, is enough to make anyone want to discover the peace and serenity of Mongolia.

 

Mongolia's unique ecosystems are home to a variety of plant and animal species, many rare and endangered, others native only to Mongolia. Mongolia is one of the few places in the world that is relatively untouched. The air, water, and its people are pure. To preserve Mongolia's habitats and ecosystems, a fifth of the vast Mongolian terrain is protected, covering an area of 605,000 mi². A trip to Mongolia is a journey back to nature, humanity, and the simplicities of rural life.

                                                                     

Interesting facts about Mongolia:

  • Mongolia is one of the least populated places in the world. There are only 2 people per km², and fewer than 5 per mi².

  • Mongolia is one of the highest countries in the world. Its average elevation being 1,580 m/5,184 ft.

  • The adult literacy rate in Mongolia exceeds 98%.

Referred to as 'The Land of the Eternal Blue Sky', Mongolia is as renowned for its unparalleled beauty, as its people are for their hospitality. Nearly half of the population maintains the traditional nomadic lifestyle, a way of life that adds to Mongolia's otherworldly atmosphere. Experiencing such a distinct and colourful culture, will leave you enriched.

  • Best time to visit - June - September

  • National sport - Wrestling (Horse racing & Archery)

  • National flower - Lotus (unoficial)

  • Official language - Khalkha Mongolian

  • National animal - Gobi Bull, Mongol Horse (unoficial)

  • National Bird - Saker Falcon

Have your own discoveries, visit Mongolia in 2020!

Sunset picnics, boat tour,

ride desert camels and horses.

Explore the great Khentii meadow

With its wild life, wild flowers, meadows, forests, and wide-open spaces, Mongolia was made to be seen from horseback.